Ngage New Mexico Presents


Mon 02 Mar 08:00 AM - 04:30 PM @ NMSU Corbett Student Union Third Floor Ballrooms


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The Summit Organizing Committee is committed to keeping the summit accessible to all. If cost is a barrier, please e-mail for assistance (NO LONGER ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS) Students are encouraged to attend, please e-mail for FREE tickets (NO LONGER ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS)

The SUCCESS Summit is sponsored by Con Alma Health Foundation and Nusenda Credit Union


8:00AM –4:30PM

Online registration will end on Thursday, February 27th at 7:00PM. Tickets available at the door pending availability

7:45 Registration & Morning Snack

8:15 Gallery Walk

8:30 Welcome Lori Martinez, Executive Director, Ngage New Mexico

8:50 A SUCCESSFUL Story: Transforming education in Doña Ana County Frank René López, Director of New Mexico Programs, W.K. Kellogg Foundation

9:25 0 Community Schools looking to the future Dave Greenberg, Director of Community Schools, Las Cruces Public Schools

9:40 Collective Impact Initiatives across the county

  • The Workforce Talent Collaborative - Dr. Michael Morehead, Retired Educator, The Bridge of Southern New Mexico, and Dawn Hommer, CEO of Community Action Agency of Southern New Mexico
  • Resilience Leaders - Las Cruces City Councilor Kasandra Gandara
  • LC3 Behavioral Health Collaborative - Rose Ann Vasquez, LC3 Collaborative Coordinator, Families & Youth, Inc

10:30 Coffee Break

10:45 Data Insights Erica Surova, Program Manager, NMSU Center for Community Analysis

11:30 Lunch

12:30 Student Panel moderated by Carrie Hamblen, CEO of Las Cruces Green Chamber of Commerce

1:15 Facilitated Table Strategies and Share-Outs

3:45 Closing Keynote Address Lt. Governor Howie Morales

4:05 Closing Message Andre Gonzales, Student Advocate, Centennial High School Graduate, and student at George Washington University

Continue the conversation in a relaxed atmosphere at the SUCCESS Networking Night on March 4th! To RSVP:[](http://)

No parking permits required. Leniency on vehicles not displaying a parking permit will be granted on March 2nd in lots 16, 17S, 45, 41, 42, 43. Vehicles that park at a meter still have to follow parking meter payment instructions. The Red, Yellow, Handicap and Services zones will still be monitored by enforcement. See campus parking map:


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